Convicted Murderer Escapes Prison in Trash Can

Reports indicate that Malcolm Kysor, a 53-year-old man from Erie, PA escaped from a Pennsylvania prison on Sunday by hiding himself in a trashcan. Kysor’s absence was discovered Sunday evening, after he was apparently carted away with the garbage.

Another convict allegedly helped Kysor escape by concealing him in trash bags and assuring his container landed on the truck.

Kysor had been serving a life sentence since 1988 for a murder committed in the early 1980s. The last time a convicted murder escaped from the prison was in 1999.


One Response to Convicted Murderer Escapes Prison in Trash Can

  1. Bruce Marquardt says:

    The last sentence of this piece is not true, as written. When you say “the prison”, it means the prison from which Kysor escaped. That prison had never had an escape prior to Kysor. I was the deputy superintendent of that prison from 1992 to 2004. It opened for business in 1993.

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